We all know Google is working on two new Android Wear smartwatches. Today, images of the these two new smartwatches have been surfaced online. According to rumors, these two smartwatches have been code named Angelfish and Swordfish.
The images have been leaked by Android Police, giving a glimpse at what the two smartwatches may look like. Both smartwatches featuring a circular design like LG Urbane and Moto 360 smartwatches.
The Swordfish is seen on the right and is smaller with a diameter of 42 mm and only comes with only one crown button on the right side. Swordfish will be compatible with Android Wear Mode watch bands. Swordfish is believed to be the affordable variant and will not have features like GPS, LTE or heart-rate monitor.
The bigger wearable smartwatch on the left side is believed to be Angelfish, which is said to feature a diameter of 43.5mm. You can also see the three physical buttons on the right side with small shoulder button on top and bottom. The smartwatch also features GPS, LTE, and a heart-rate monitor.
Angelfish is the high-end variant of the two smartwatches and will be significantly larger and thicker than the Swordfish variant.
There is no word on the prices, availability, technical specification and branding of these smartwatches, But both smartwatches are expected to launch after the Nexus devices in fall this year.